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Unicorn Tutorial Part 1 by scenceable Unicorn Tutorial Part 1 by scenceable

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This is part 1. It includes making an armature and sculpting the unicorn.

PRESS DOWNLOAD FOR THE ACTUAL TUTORIAL PDF. It is long.

Part 2 is here: [link]
It includes baking, painting, and hairing.

This tutorial has been the death of me. Putting it together was fine, took about 5 hours, but was fun.

Finding a way to change the word document into pdf, woah boy. After 2 hours of searching, downloading crap, etc, I finally got it. Then DA said the file was too big, so I had to redownload itinto 2 parts.

Dang.

Anyhow, I was asked to do this tutorial, and at first was reluctant since =Indigo-Ocean already has a really good one. However, I figured if people want to make a horse, it's good to have different techniques to look at.

I tried to focus more on sculpting facial details, and not so much on the body. I also went into baking and color painting and such, so hopefully a few people find this helpful.

Sorry I do not have this online somewhere for those that do not have pdf readers. (downloading a reader takes a few minutes, if you're really desperate)
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:iconcharpeldesign:
Your sculpting tutorials are some of the best I have ever come across.  Thank you for being so generous with your knowledge of creating beautiful sculptures. :)
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Sofakitty Nov 22, 2013  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Amazing work. Thank you so much Hug
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:iconkeldain:
Thanks for sharing all of your tips! :)
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scenceable Jun 16, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
No problem, glad you liked it!
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:iconbronyonabudget:
Wow, I wish that I had the supplies and time to do this... it looks like so much fun...
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scenceable May 12, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
You should try it! :)
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:iconbronyonabudget:
Once I get some free time I definitely will! :) I've just never really tried sculpting anything before...
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jackboll59 Apr 10, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
How do you prevent the wire from poking out when you stand the sculpture?
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scenceable Apr 10, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I do multiple baking, so I always have something hard to hold onto. I never put the sculpture down on its feet while I'm working on the legs, the sculpture is always in my hands or laid on its side. Before I put it in the oven, I gently press it down on a surface to balance the feet and make sure they stay flat, but I don't put the whole weight down. Hope that helps! :love:
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jackboll59 Apr 13, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
It does, thanks!
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